Archive for January, 2015
How Does a Ballet Bar Make Ballet Accessible For Everyone?
Conventionally, people think ballet is only for the daughters of rich families who want to engage their kids in physical activity. Because ballet class is usually expensive and requires so much time and effort on the part of the parents and their kids to keep their children at ballet studios. Plus good equipments like ballerina shoes, leotards and tights are usually expensive too. This perception is typically wrong. Ballet is not only for the rich, nor just for little girls. Ballet is for everyone.
Enrolling in a class for weeks does not always mean you already are a ballet dancer. Learning ballet can not be hurried. Patience and perseverance is the key. Each step and its routines take months to perfect. But with everyday of dedicated practice, anyone can get in shape and perform the dance with class and style. This is also a perfect way to keep our mind and body healthy as it hasten the mind to focus and concentrate to be able to perform the dance well.
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Article by Nancy Miller
Get Fit While Looking Foxy – Dance Classes in Salsa, Belly Dancing, and More!
Hey, East Coasters! Wanna get up off of that couch and shake your groove thing? Are you looking for dance studios in Atlanta or dance classes in Philadelphia that will have you trading in your slippers for boogie shoes? Then check out some of these locations that will have you shakin’ your booty like a professional in no time.
Laura Griffith and Brandon O'Neill to Lead CAROUSEL at 5th Avenue Theatre …
The School at Spectrum Dance Theater reflects the rigorous artistic standards set forth by Donald Byrd, exemplified by the motto "Dance for All." The School offers classes in a variety of styles from ballet to contemporary, at all levels, and to all …
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Putting is 43 percent of golf and the putting stroke is the slowest and smoothest of all strokes in the game. By spending time warming up on the green first, you will not only be prepared for the speed of the grass but you will also be starting the day with smooth, deliberate tempo.
It makes no sense to visit the range first and get stretched out and limbered up for the opening drive, then stand for 15 minutes nearly motionless on the putting green. Spend the first five minutes putting to a tee or a coin from twenty, thirty and forty feet and from a variety of angles.